Landscape Contractor / Design Build Maintain

AUG 2012

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LC Product Profile IMPACT ON YOUR BUSINESS The newest innovations from Brilliance LED . . . The T5 Wedge Adapter Brilliance LED, an Arizona manufacturer, developer and distributor of light emitting diodes (LED) designed for the landscape industry, has developed a T5 wedge adapter that converts bipin LED lamps, typically used in pathway fixtures, to a wedge base. The new adapter is available now. The company's innovative products are designed and manufactured to specifications developed by Brilliance. The new adapter is offered complimentary to contractors that purchase G4 bi-pin lamp lamps. · 800-867-2108 Information Request # 438 LC Product Profile IMPACT ON YOUR BUSINESS SureClose replaces conventional gate hinges, closers and header arrangements, while providing greater strength and performance, with an installed cost below current options. h3URE#LOSE IS A SIGNIlCANT INNOVATION THAT HAS IMPACTED HOW THE INDUSTRY EQUIPS SELF CLOSING GATES v SAYS *IM 0ATERSON $ $ S 60 OF 3ALES -ARKETING "SureClose packs technology into a compact hinge and is controlled by an advanced and tamper-resistant hydraulic closer that prevents gate slam noise, gate damage and doesn't leak." SureClose comes in three basic models, with mounting brackets that cover most any square post installation, including steel or aluminum, flush mounted or center mounted, fastened or welded, with adjustable self-closing speed. Models are also available that feature a final snap action for overcoming electric or coded locks found in many security applications and a non-self-closing version designed for large estate gates up to 1,500 lbs. Ideal for access control gates. · 800-716-0888 Information Request # 443 August 2012 43 DBM DBM

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